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Cricket Fans can now Follow World Cup on iPhone

Cricket Fans can now Follow World Cup on iPhone

Leading mobile applications development company, Impiger Technologies today introduces WC2k11 Cricket 1.0, their sleek free-to-download iPhone app for World Cup fans. WC2k11 Cricket, offers match scores, tweets from cricket stars themselves, news from across the venues, videos, match schedules besides venue stats and records. In all, a handy guide to the World Cup Cricket, WC2k11 Cricket will delight fans who want their daily dosage of the cherry and the willow during the ODI world cup.

Cup O' Joe - The Perfect Game To Play On The Toilet

Cup O’ Joe – The Perfect Game To Play On The Toilet

Portland based dBelement re-introduces Cup O’ Joe 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch. The best way to awaken your brain and improve concentration at any time of the day. If your regular cup of coffee isn’t waking you up in the morning, Cup O’ Joe will certainly do the job. The fun interactive application is designed to challenge you and get your brain into tip-top shape. Just 45 seconds in the morning, and you will feel more prepared and ready to face the rest of your day.

Red Card Rampage - Fun Revenge on World Cup Referees' Unfair Decisions

Red Card Rampage – Fun Revenge on World Cup Referees’ Unfair Decisions

UK based TurboNUKE today announces Red Card Rampage 1.0, their new soccer physics-based puzzle action game for iOS devices. In Red Card Rampage, users can take revenge on referees’ unfair red cards and give the referees what they deserve by kicking balls at them and making them very angry. Red Card Rampage is packed with 36 levels that vary widely with all sorts of different obstacles. Cunningly placed referees and other difficulties that increase level by level spice up the game and much more.

DSstyles announces World Cup series Swarovski Crystal iPhone Cases

DSstyles announces World Cup series Swarovski Crystal iPhone Cases

DSstyles today announces their entire new 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa series phone cases to celebrate the first African Hosted World Cup. The biggest soccer tournament which is held each 4 years will occur in South Africa this year from the 11st of June to 11st of July. 32 teams will play for total 64 games to decide who will be the winner for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. To celebrate this cross border world sports event, DSstyles brings you with the team’s national flags on your phone case.